kmoore at mooreimages.com
Mon Mar 28 17:40:44 MST 2005
We have been using Foundry ServerIrons and they have worked out very
well. I don't think inexpensive is how I would describe them if it was
coming out of my checking account but there are inexpensive when
compared to the cost of downtime.
Jeff Falgout wrote:
> Michael Belanger said:
>>Does anyone have recommendations for an inexpensive Big-IP network
>>appliance for website failover and redirection?
>>I had thought Dell was selling them now, but I can only find traces of
>>them on their website.. The F5 Big-IP seems to be quite pricey -- even
> Have you looked at using Linux Virtual Server? http://www.linux-ha.org/ .
> I've been using the UltraMonkey http://www.ultramonkey.org/ package to do
> HA and Load Balancing. All you need is a couple of machines, and they
> don't have to be top end either.
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